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PubMed PMID: 17443552. 7 PEE005 Pre-eclampsia & eclampsia Antihypertensive drugs Remark on mild-moderate hypertension: The choice and route of administration of an antihypertensive drug for severe hypertension during pregnancy, in preference to others, should be based primarily on the prescribing clinician's experience with that particular drug, its cost and local availability. (...) Antihypertensive drug therapy for mild to moderate hypertension during pregnancy. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2001;(2):CD002252. (...) Antibiotic prophylaxis for operative vaginal delivery 16 MPI016 Maternal peripartum infections Vaginal cleansing for CS Vaginal cleansing with povidone-iodine immediately before caesarean section is recommended.
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Score: 1715125 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...ty-recommendations-17JUL19.pdf
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“So the main message is, if you are vaccinated, you are protected, but if you are vulnerable or if you have not been vaccinated, this Omicron however light or mild it may be for others, it could hit you very hard. (...) They include many hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees who fled neighbouring Myanmar after a military campaign in 2017, that a former UN rights chief likened to “text book” ethnic cleansing. Daniel Johnson, UN News.  Download 70 per cent vaccination target must be met to ward off Omicron: WHO Guterres ‘encouraged’ by commitment to prevent nuclear war Fire rips into COVID treatment centre for Myanmar refugees Audio Credit: Daniel Johnson, UN News - Geneva Audio Duration: 3'12" Photo Credit: ©UNDP/Fahad Kaizer Omicron pandemic nuclear ban treaty Myanmar refugees   ♦ Receive daily updates directly in your inbox - Subscribe here to a topic. ♦ Download the UN News app for your iOS or Android devices.  
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Score: 1353377.7 - https://news.un.org/en/audio/2022/01/1109072
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The Responsibility to Protect In the 2005 World Summit Outcome Document ( A/RES/60/1 ) Member States noted the "Responsibility to protect populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity". The Outcome Document stated, in paragraph 138, that "Each individual State has the responsibility to protect its populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. (...) We stress the need for the General Assembly to continue consideration of the responsibility to protect populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity and its implications, bearing in mind the principles of the Charter and international law. We also intend to commit ourselves, as necessary and appropriate, to helping States build capacity to protect their populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity and to assisting those which are under stress before crises and conflicts break out."     
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Score: 1242583.8 - https://www.un.org/en/conferences/environment/newyork2005
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In general Diabetic retinopathy can be classified as mild, moderate or vision-threatening, which includes severe non-proliferative Diabetic retinopathy (NPDiabetic retinopathy), proliferative Diabetic retinopathy (PDiabetic retinopathy) and diabetic macular edema (DME). (...) For five level classification of no Diabetic retinopathy, mild, moderate, severe non-proliferative Diabetic retinopathy, and proliferative Diabetic retinopathy [endnoteRef:9] [endnoteRef:10] [endnoteRef:11], the best accuracy reported is 96% by a combination of GoogleNet and ResNet model. [9: H. (...) TBD) · 1 (Non-referable Retinopathy – No Diabetic retinopathy or Mild Diabetic retinopathy) · 2 (Referable Retinopathy - Moderate, Severe, PDiabetic retinopathy) 3.4.3 Diabetic Foot TBC 3.4.4 Patient Self-Management Tools TBC 3.5 Scores and Metrics: All metrics will be computed based on the performance of the algorithm on the undisclosed test data-set.
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Score: 1237828.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ents/all/FGAI4H-L-024-A01.docx
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In general Diabetic retinopathy can be classified as mild, moderate or vision-threatening, which includes severe non-proliferative Diabetic retinopathy (NPDiabetic retinopathy), proliferative Diabetic retinopathy (PDiabetic retinopathy) and diabetic macular edema (DME). (...) For five level classification of no Diabetic retinopathy, mild, moderate, severe non-proliferative Diabetic retinopathy, and proliferative Diabetic retinopathy [endnoteRef:9] [endnoteRef:10] [endnoteRef:11], the best accuracy reported is 96% by a combination of GoogleNet and ResNet model. [9: H. (...) TBD) · 1 (Non-referable Retinopathy – No Diabetic retinopathy or Mild Diabetic retinopathy) · 2 (Referable Retinopathy - Moderate, Severe, PDiabetic retinopathy) 3.4.3 Diabetic Foot TBC 3.4.4 Patient Self-Management Tools TBC 3.5 Scores and Metrics: All metrics will be computed based on the performance of the algorithm on the undisclosed test data-set.
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Score: 1237828.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ents/all/FGAI4H-N-024-A01.docx
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In general Diabetic retinopathy can be classified as mild, moderate or vision-threatening, which includes severe non-proliferative Diabetic retinopathy (NPDiabetic retinopathy), proliferative Diabetic retinopathy (PDiabetic retinopathy) and diabetic macular edema (DME). (...) [endnoteRef:5] [5: http://www.it.lut.fi/project/imageret/diaretdb1/ ] · Diabetic retinopathy datasets from Kaggle: · Kaggle Diabetic retinopathy Challenge 2015: 35,000 images of Diabetic retinopathy classified into 5 levels of severity (No Diabetic retinopathy, Mild, Moderate, Severe, Proliferative Diabetic retinopathy). · APTOS 2019 Blindness Detection Challenge: 3664 Images classified into 5 levels of severity ((No Diabetic retinopathy, Mild, Moderate, Severe, Proliferative Diabetic retinopathy). (...) For five level classification of no Diabetic retinopathy, mild, moderate, severe non-proliferative Diabetic retinopathy, and proliferative Diabetic retinopathy [endnoteRef:9] [endnoteRef:10] [endnoteRef:11], the best accuracy reported is 96% by a combination of GoogleNet and ResNet model. [9: H.
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Score: 1237828.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ents/all/FGAI4H-K-024-A01.docx
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In general Diabetic retinopathy can be classified as mild, moderate or vision-threatening, which includes severe non-proliferative Diabetic retinopathy (NPDiabetic retinopathy), proliferative Diabetic retinopathy (PDiabetic retinopathy) and diabetic macular edema (DME). (...) For five level classification of no Diabetic retinopathy, mild, moderate, severe non-proliferative Diabetic retinopathy, and proliferative Diabetic retinopathy [endnoteRef:9] [endnoteRef:10] [endnoteRef:11], the best accuracy reported is 96% by a combination of GoogleNet and ResNet model. [9: H. (...) TBD) · 1 (Non-referable Retinopathy – No Diabetic retinopathy or Mild Diabetic retinopathy) · 2 (Referable Retinopathy - Moderate, Severe, PDiabetic retinopathy) 3.4.3 Diabetic Foot TBC 3.4.4 Patient Self-Management Tools TBC 3.5 Scores and Metrics: All metrics will be computed based on the performance of the algorithm on the undisclosed test data-set.
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Score: 1237828.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ents/all/FGAI4H-M-024-A01.docx
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UN Photo/John Isaac Ethnic cleansing has not been recognized as an independent crime under international law. (...) The expression “ethnic cleansing” has been used in resolutions of the Security Council and the General Assembly, and has been acknowledged in judgments and indictments of the ICTY, although it did not constitute one of the counts for prosecution. (...) Definition As ethnic cleansing has not been recognized as an independent crime under international law, there is no precise definition of this concept or the exact acts to be qualified as ethnic cleansing.
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Score: 1230596.7 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...vention/ethnic-cleansing.shtml
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DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED IN COMPLIANCE WITH A SPECIAL DECISION OF THE COMMITTEE : HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE : FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA (SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO)
Action against "ethnic cleansing" . . . . . . . 17 - 31 6 1. Vojvodina region . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 - 24 6 2. (...) Action against "ethnic cleansing" 17. It should be noted, to begin with, that no "ethnic cleansing policy" has ever been practised on the territory of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. (...) In the last few decades in Yugoslavia, the democratic elements of public opinion have rightly criticized the criminal provisions on so-called "crimes of opinion" under which anyone could be tried for "enemy propaganda", even on CCPR/C/88 page 13 account of very mild criticism of the regime. This criminal offence has, as indicated above, been abolished and the laws on the press have become very liberal.
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Score: 1216168.75 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=CCPR/C/88&Lang=E
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CONTENTS 4.1 The following provides guidance on typical contents of first-aid, universal precaution and medical kits. 4.1.1 First-aid kit: — List of contents — Antiseptic swabs (10/pack) — Bandage: adhesive strips — Bandage: gauze 7.5 cm × 4.5 m — Bandage: triangular; safety pins — Dressing: burn 10 cm × 10 cm — Dressing: compress, sterile 7.5 cm × 12 cm — Dressing: gauze, sterile 10.4 cm × 10.4 cm — Tape: adhesive 2.5 cm (roll) — Steri-strips (or equivalent adhesive strip) — Hand cleanser or cleansing towelettes — Pad with shield, or tape, for eye — Scissors: 10 cm (if allowed by national regulations) — Tape: Adhesive, surgical 1.2 cm × 4.6 m — Tweezers: splinter — Disposable gloves (multiple pairs) — Thermometers (non-mercury) — Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation mask with one-way valve — First-aid manual, current edition — Incident record form The following suggested medications can be included in the first-aid kits where permitted by national regulations: — Mild to moderate analgesic — Antiemetic — Nasal decongestant — Antacid — Antihistamine 4.1.2 Universal precaution kit: — Dry powder that can convert small liquid spill into a sterile granulated gel — Germicidal disinfectant for surface cleaning — Skin wipes — Face/eye mask (separate or combined) — Gloves (disposable) — Protective apron — Large absorbent towel — Pick-up scoop with scraper — Bio-hazard disposal waste bag — Instructions 4.1.3 Medical kit: Equipment — List of contents — Stethoscope — Sphygmomanometer (electronic preferred) — Airways, oropharyngeal (three sizes) — Syringes (appropriate range of sizes ) — Needles (appropriate range of sizes) — Intravenous catheters (appropriate range of sizes) — Antiseptic wipes — Gloves (disposable) — Needle disposal box — Urinary catheter — System for delivering intravenous fluids — Venous tourniquet — Sponge gauze — Tape – adhesive — Surgical mask — Emergency tracheal catheter (or large gauge intravenous cannula) — Umbilical cord clamp — Thermometers (non-mercury) — Basic life support cards — Bag-valve mask — Flashlight and batteries Medication — Epinephrine 1:1 000 — Antihistamine – injectable — Dextrose 50% (or equivalent) – injectable: 50 ml — Nitroglycerin tablets, or spray — Major analgesic — Sedative anticonvulsant – injectable — Antiemetic – injectable — Bronchial dilator – inhaler — Atropine – injectable — Adrenocortical steroid – injectable — Diuretic – injectable — Medication for postpartum bleeding — Sodium chloride 0.9% (minimum 250 ml) — Acetyl salicylic acid (aspirin) for oral use — Oral beta blocker If a cardiac monitor is available (with or without an AED) add to the above list: — Epinephrine 1:10 000 (can be a dilution of epinephrine 1:1 000) Note.— The United Nations Conference for Adoption of a Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs in March 1961 adopted such a Convention, Article 32 of which contains special provisions concerning the carriage of drugs in medical kits of aircraft engaged in international flight. ______________________
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Score: 1215729.8 - https://www.icao.int/Security/...%20Part%201.%20Chapter%206.pdf
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